He devoted himself particularly to the landscape, and long trips to Morocco in Cairo and drew inspiration for his best work. In other paintings, reproduced the “Alps of Lake Como” and “Pre-Comacine.”
Almost totally neglected figure, and a portrait, the only one who remember, is that of “Countess Octavia Rospigli Osi of San Severino.” He took part as “artistic officer ‘the embassy sent by Umberto I to the Sultan of Morocco, and he drew from this travel diary and a tasty extensive collection of studies.
It endowed the Academy of Brera in an annuity because it was annually awarded the best landscape executed by a Lombard painter. The Gallery of Modern Art in Milan, holds one of his works, “Lake Novate Mezzola”, currently located in the Office of the Attorney General of the King.